Don't do it!! You could do it, but why would you ever use canned Sloppy Joe mix when you can very easily make this sweet, savory, tangy, spicy, smokey and incredibly delicious Sloppy Joe sauce yourself? It's has all the layers of flavor that are certain to please everyone in the family or guests at your next cookout. No need to take my word for it, give it a try and thank me later!
I grew up in Maryland and one thing every Marylander knows is that Old Bay can be used on anything, and it can, especially seafood. There is however more to the seafood palate that just Old Bay! That's what the driving force was behind this flavor explosion of Phire-cracker Blackened Shrimp with lemon Beurre Blanc sauce! It's smokey and spicy coating on the sweet shrimp along with a tangy and buttery lemon sauce! It's really a pairing that rocks your tastes buds in an incredible way!
Well, here it is, Papa's Pepper Ragin' Rib Rub! Don't let the name fool ya, it's not just for ribs, it's good on anything! You might want to make a batch of this rub and keep it handy in a shaker to put on burgers, chicken and even fries! It's a sweeter Kansas City style rub that is really packed with layers of flavor and some kick from Papa's Pepper premium spice blend!
Y'all, when I think barbecue, I immediately think Kansas City style barbecue. To me, it's the best there is. I love the thick, sweet, smoky, spicy tang that it offers! Well, I got to work making my own and after several attempts, tweeks and twists, I came up with what I think is the best Kansas City style barbecue sauce there is and I've decided to share it with you! I can be used on pork, beef, chicken (as seen here) it it will even be good on a flip-flop! You can thank me later.....
Y'all, I was barbeque deprived growing up. I only knew of two kinds of BBQ, the sweet Kansas City style and the tangy Carolina style. Imagine my surprise when I found out about all the other styles of BBQ! I love them all, I really do, but Alabama white BBQ is at the top of my list. Who would have thought that a mayonnaise based BBQ sauce would work? Trust me, it does! It's also great to dip fries, chips, tater tots and just about anything else you can think of! Well, to prevent anyone else from being BBQ deprived here is my Alabama white BBQ sauce recipe just in time to make sliders for the Superbowl!